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Center for News Literacy
Web Resource
A resource for educators or the highly curious. From the website: "The flood of fake news, propaganda, rumors, and advertising that often masquerade...Show more A resource for educators or the highly curious. From the website: "The flood of fake news, propaganda, rumors, and advertising that often masquerade as news has made it harder than ever to separate fact from fiction. News Literacy can help students of all ages recognize the differences between fact and rumor, news and advertising, news and opinion, and bias and fairness." Show less
AZ Fact Check
Web Resource
There is no shortage of fact checking websites but only this one is dedicated to verifying claims related to "key topics and political races in Arizona." There is no shortage of fact checking websites but only this one is dedicated to verifying claims related to "key topics and political races in Arizona." Show less
Snopes
Web Resource
Snopes is the go-to source for quickly finding out if what sounds fishy or sensational is grounded in fact. Started as a site for debunking urban myths...Show more Snopes is the go-to source for quickly finding out if what sounds fishy or sensational is grounded in fact. Started as a site for debunking urban myths, it now fact checks everything from the latest email scams to trending Facebook posts. Includes a section dedicated to Fake News. Show less
Getting It Wrong
Ten of the Greatest Misreported Stories in American Journalism
Book - 2010
Deciding What's True
The Rise of Political Fact-checking in American Journalism
Book - 2016
Blur
How to Know What's True in the Age of Information Overload
Book - 2011 2010
Virtual Unreality
Just Because the Internet Told You, How Do You Know It's True?
Book - 2014
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